GrandPad announces the addition of connected device capabilities to its mobile device and telehealth platform to support virtual care and remote monitoring for healthcare providers.
The expanded capabilities come at a time when an increasing number of home health agencies and other healthcare companies are turning to GrandPad to facilitate video visits during COVID-19 restrictions that prohibit in-person care.
According to Scott Lien, co-founder and CEO of GrandPad, the company is now offering a variety of Connected Care solutions to commercial customers, including Daily Connect, a remote care solution that integrates with the GrandPad tablet to deliver well-being data to remote caregivers.
GrandPad Daily Connect is designed to detect abnormalities in the physical, cognitive, and emotional well-being of older adults, and to wirelessly transmit data and insights to caregivers to determine if interventions are needed when values are outside the normal range for the older adult.
“The mental and physical well-being of older adults can indicate whether health status may be improving or deteriorating. For example, seeing a sudden decrease in mobility or sleep can be a sign that an intervention is needed to prevent exacerbation of illness,” Lien says, in a media release.
“By expanding our telehealth platform to include connected devices, we hope to make GrandPad even more accessible and easier for healthcare companies to integrate into their care delivery models.”
GrandPad Daily Connect currently integrates a wearable device designed to track sleep and steps; a body weight scale; and a device that records blood pressure, pulse ox, body temperature, heart rate, and respiration. All devices connect via Bluetooth or Direct Cloud Connect and can be integrated separately into the GrandPad tablet or bundled as part of GrandPad Daily Connect for caregivers.
GrandPad comes with a proprietary, secure, telehealth platform with video capabilities for virtual care. It is HIPAA compliant and easily integrates with other telehealth platforms, per the release.
Source(s): GrandPad, PRWeb]